Temba Mliswa Disowns Three of His 19 Children After Conducting a DNA Test
Temba Mliswa‘s DNA test results has stirred up significant discussions in Zimbabwean politics and society. As a father of 19 children, Mliswa’s confession that three of his children are not biologically his has sparked a flurry of reactions and conversations.
Conducting a DNA test is not an easy decision to make, as it requires a great deal of courage to face the truth. Mliswa’s decision to continue living with 11 of his children, despite the DNA test results, is a testament to his commitment to fatherhood and his belief in the importance of family.
Temba’s Views on Marriage
Although Mliswa previously expressed a desire to settle down and respect the institution of marriage as per report from iHarare. In a recent interview, he called marriage “overrated” and questioned its benefits. Mliswa acknowledged the importance of marriage but believes that women respect it more than men.
Mliswa’s Relationship with Susan Mutami
Mliswa also discussed his relationship with Susan Mutami, stating that he has no regrets about having a child with her.
In an interview with Trevor Ncube, Mliswa was asked about his aspirations to become the president of Zimbabwe. Mliswa believes that anything is possible with God and expressed that becoming the president is a common dream shared by many politicians. Although Mliswa did not explicitly state his plans to run for president, his answer suggests he remains open to the possibility.
As a prominent political figure in Zimbabwe, Mliswa’s potential bid for presidency could draw significant attention and have a major impact on the country’s politicallandscape. In his recent interview, Mliswa revealed personal details about his life, including the DNA test results, his conflicting views on marriage, and his relationship with Mutami. His response highlights the important role that faith can play in an individual’s life and decision-making process. Ultimately, Mliswa’s potential bid for presidency could have a significant impact on Zimbabwe’s political future.